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Steve Gohouri is a Wanted Man


Wigan Athletic defender Steve Gohouri is turning into a wanted man with the Ivory Coast internationals agent Rui Pedro Alves claiming that there is interest from other Premier League clubs in signing the former Borussia Dortmund player.

Speaking to Sky Sports Alves says that although Gohouri is close to agreeing terms with the Latics on a new contract but further talks are to be put on hold until the other interest has been checked out

There is a claim that the club is Arsenal but nothing is conformed at this stage, Alves said: 'Steve is in talks with Wigan'

'We were close to a deal on Friday but then a big four team asked about his situation, keen for him to stabilise their defence for next season.

'Another club in the Premier League is also interested.

'We are due to have another meeting on Monday, so we will wait and see what happens.'





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Writer: worbo Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday May 1 2010

Time: 2:18PM

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I hope he signs, he looks to be a cracking prospect for next season
worbo
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01/05/2010 14:22:00

Probably his agent trying to get him a better wage.
centrelink1
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01/05/2010 14:34:00

yep^^
wigan-latics
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01/05/2010 15:40:00

 

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